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Topic: Developing a Diversity Hiring Policy
Dr. Martisa Barros, Chief Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Officer, Framingham
Dolores Hamilton, Human Resources Director, Framingham
Following a successful virtual HR 101 Boot Camp series last fall, the Massachusetts Municipal Human Resources association will offer this annual event as a webinar series once again this spring.
The five-session webinar series will be held weekly on Thursdays at 11 a.m., kicking off on April 29. Each session will run for 90 minutes.
The series will cover core functions of the municipal HR office, including job descriptions, worker’s compensation, workplace investigations, municipal leave laws, and diversity hiring policies. The series is geared toward newer municipal human resources professionals, but veterans in the field are welcome to attend for a refresher course.
The registration fee is $45 for members and $55 for non-members for the entire series. We will not be able to offer registration and payment for individual sessions, you must purchase the entire series to attend. If you are unable to attend any of the sessions live, recordings and materials will be made available to all those who have registered and paid. On-demand recordings will only be made available to those who have registered and paid for the series. Upon registration, you will have the option to pay with a credit card or to have an invoice sent to your municipality. Registration will go live on March 29.
The registration deadline is Wednesday, April 28, at noon, in order to be able to attend any of the webinars in the series. All requests for cancellation must be received by email by April 22 to receive a refund.
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Massachusetts Municipal Human Resources